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Saline Job Fair Event

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

SALINE, Mich. – The City of Saline, along with the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce (SACC), Saline Main Street and Saline Area Schools, is proud to announce an upcoming Jobs Fair scheduled for November 19th at the Saline Rec center 2pm-6pm.

“The ability to attract and retain talent is one of the biggest challenges facing our business community,” said Mayor Brian Marl. “It’s a concern I’ve heard articulated time and time again. As such, we organized this event to meet the needs of both our business leaders, and those seeking employment in the Saline area – the response has been tremendous, and we are looking forward to a successful event later this fall.”

Veterans Day - Regular Trash Collection

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Veterans Day - Regular Trash Collection

There will be NO DELAY with residential curbside collection during the week of November 11th due to Veterans Day.

Residential curbside trash, recycling and yard waste will be collected as regularly scheduled on Thursday, November 14th & Friday, November 15th.

Leaf Collection

Friday, October 18, 2019

LOOSE LEAF COLLECTION:  OCT. 24 - DEC. 6, 2019

The Loose Leaf Collection program began on October 24, 2019.  This program offers residents the ease of raking leaves into piles onto their extension without bagging. 

The Department of Public Works (DPW) utilizes equipment to collect the loose leaf piles and deliver to nearby fields for composting.

Collection north of Michigan Avenue is on Mondays/Tuesdays and south of Michigan Avenue on Thursdays/Fridays. 

Residents are not guaranteed that their leaves will be picked up each week on these days.  Occasionally other work demands will prevent the DPW from clearing the entire City in a given week.

Youth Council Applicant

Thursday, October 10, 2019

The City of Saline Youth Council “SYC” is a regular City Commission.  The Council consists of 13 residents living in the Saline Area School District in grades 9-12, one 8th grade liaison, a City Council representative, a City staff member and as many liaison/non-voting members that would like to participate.  The Mayor appoints members annually for a one-year term, according to the Saline Schools’ calendar, September – June.  SYC members may be contacted to volunteer at some summer events though is not mandatory.

Sidewalk Repair Update

Thursday, October 10, 2019

City of Saline Annual Drinking Water Quality

Thursday, June 27, 2019

The City of Saline draws its water from five wells throughout the city. All five wells are 120  feet deep and  are drawing  water from glacial deposits. We distributed 1,132,000 gallons of water on  average per  day in 2018.  On  July 12th,  we  reached  our  peak day and pumped 2,071,000 gallons. In 2018 we produced a total of 398,358,000 gallons.

General Appropriations Act FY20

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Saline Area Historical Society Volunteer

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

The Saline Area Historical Society is looking for people who would like to volunteer as guides at the historic Rentschler Farm Museum and help out at the gift shop on Saturdays from 11 to 3. No experience necessary. Members can show you everything you need to know. If interested please contact James Peters, President of the Saline Area Historical Society at (734) 429 0821 or at jameshpeters2@gmail.com

Prohibition on the Feeding of Wild Animals

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

The City of Saline Ordains:

Section 1. Addition.  A new section 58-280 of Article VII, Chapter 58 entitled “Prohibition on the Feeding of Wild Animals” is hereby added to Code of the City of Saline as follows:

SECTION 58-280 - Prohibition on the Feeding of Wild Animals

            (a)        Purpose. The City of Saline finds that the feeding of unconfined wild animals can be                                 detrimental to wild animals, causes a public health nuisance, jeopardizes public and private                      property, and constitutes a safety hazard that is detrimental to the general health, safety,                         and general welfare of the public. 

Yard Waste Collection

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Yard Waste Collection 

Residential yard waste collection begins the first week of April and will continue through the end of November. 

The following are standard regulations for yard waste collection.

Trash Collection Schedule

Thursday, March 14, 2019

2019 Trash Collection Schedule:  April - June

The following collection schedule pertains to residential curbside collection.

Washtenaw Industrial Facility PFAS

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

The City of Saline was recently notified by the Washtenaw County Health Department (WCHD) and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) that there is a new site in Washtenaw County where elevated levels of PFAS have been found.  The MDEQ sampled the property located at 232 Monroe Street (formerly Universal Die Cast, now owned by Adient) in the City of Saline.  The former Universal Die Cast site was a metal plater of die cast parts. The property is vacant; all buildings and associated infrastructure have been removed from the site. 

City of Saline WWTP Odor Project Update

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

The project remains on schedule for the WWTP odor control system to be substantially complete by June 30, 2019, with total completion by July 30, 2019.  Work is being performed daily at the WWTP.  The air duct support foundations have been installed.  Through the winter months, the contractors will assemble duct supports and ducts to collect the odorous air and deliver it to the odor control units.  The WWTP odor control treatment units have been ordered and will be manufactured over the winter months for delivery in the spring.